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I'm studying web design at college at the moment. Part of my assessment is to create a website consisting of 6 pages. One of my pages is based around blinkies I have created over time...
I create my blinkies using a template in PSP7 and then animate them in AS... I want to add a copyright but because most of my blinkies consist of 3 frames, by adding copyright text... by frame 3 it's a blurry mess because it's 3 texts on top of each other... hope this makes sense?
What I would like help with is an easy way to add copyright from either AS or PSP7 please? Or a watermark if possible? Something that is visible but not "I'M HERE" type in your face nonsense?!
Hope this makes sense? My blinkies are normally 150x21.
Anyone offer any advice would be very much appreciated
Gosh girl, I don't know enough about psp to probably help.
Can you add a new "frame" to your blinkies that remains visable with each frame with a transparent background, add your copyright and change the opacity of the frame to where it is barely visable? Or...can you only make one frame visable at a time? I am not sure if that makes sense. Makes sense in my head. lol
See what I did was add the exact same text, in the same position, onto each frame... but when saved into gif format, it's overly blurred and darkened.
I guess I could add an extra frame at the end but that would muck up the "blink" part of it, It's all so complicated!! I'm wondering if your idea of adjusting the opacity may do it though... I'm at work, so I'll only know when I get home!! Stoopid work!!!
It does only show one frame at a time, but I'm not too sure why, when saved, the text on each frame is so intense